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Peebles murder accused assessed as risk to others two days before killing, trial told

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Buccleuch Street, Melrose.

Parking proposals spark public outcry in Melrose

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Melrose's Greenyards rugby ground.

Melrose likened to war zone after annual sevens event

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Gareth riding high on wave of support

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Young Borders music-makers celebrate cash boost

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Borders Railway bosses vow to raise their game

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Galashiels community councillors weighing up twin-track approach to boost tourism

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Suspected Newtown drink-driver more than seven times limit

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Talisman Avenue in Langlee, Galashiels.

Galashiels drink-driver banned from road for three years

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Overhaugh Street in Galashiels.

Pair ordered to pay £1,600 compensation to Galashiels assault victim

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Parking proposals spark public outcry in Melrose

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A train on the Borders Railway.

Borders Railway bosses vow to raise their game

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A nuclear convoy travelling along the Edinburgh city bypass en route to Midlothian

Fears voiced over safety of nuclear convoys through Borders

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John Hawkins, who quit Selkirk's community council on Monday night to campaign for the return of a bus route.

Community councillor quits over buses

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A 101 Stagecoach bus heading east through West Linton.

Fight goes on to save under-threat bus service through Borders

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Peebles murder accused assessed as risk to others two days before killing, trial told

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Hawick police station.

Suspected Newtown drink-driver more than seven times limit

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Talisman Avenue in Langlee, Galashiels.

Galashiels drink-driver banned from road for three years

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Overhaugh Street in Galashiels.

Pair ordered to pay £1,600 compensation to Galashiels assault victim

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Young Borders music-makers celebrate cash boost

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Police tackling youth disorder outbreak

Education
Jill Lothian, Kelso High School headteacher

Headteacher hits out over drug rumours

Education
A Scots Gaelic sign on the Isle of Skye

Quiz: How good is your Scottish Gaelic?

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The EIS says teachers' salaries have gone down 20 per cent in real terms in the last decade.

Teachers urged to send clear message to John Swinney calling for a ‘fair pay increase’

Education

Parking proposals spark public outcry in Melrose

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A train on the Borders Railway.

Borders Railway bosses vow to raise their game

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Huddersfield Street in Galashiels.

Galashiels community councillors weighing up twin-track approach to boost tourism

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Fun day for the Lidl ones in Kelso

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Galashiels community councillors weighing up twin-track approach to boost tourism

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A nuclear convoy travelling along the Edinburgh city bypass en route to Midlothian

Fears voiced over safety of nuclear convoys through Borders

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Councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick's new Refresh cafe in Wilton Lodge Park.

The price is not right, say customers of Hawick park cafe

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The pavement outside Selkirk's Scotbet shop, which Cath Henderson says is being ruined by bikers.

Oil and rubber stains mar new streetscape

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Could Sir Walter Scott look like our digital mock-up if he gets the go-ahead for a makeover?

Suits you Sir Walter!

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Grass roots project helps youngsters’ mental health

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It's not good news for Scottish residents with a phobia of creepy crawlies (Photo: Charlesjsharp / Wikimedia Commons)

Experts predict an increase in Scotland's daddy longlegs population

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Sculptor Mark Hume with his Heron sculpture in Wilton Lodge Park, Hawick.

Community council stumped over tree sculpture funds bid

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Councillor Stuart Marshall at Hawick's Beattie Court.

Task force being set up to help clean up Hawick street’s act

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Dog-owners warned after retriever becomes Borders’ first victim of Alabama Rot

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The Stroke Association provides support and information to stroke survivors and their families.

Stroke survivors falling through the gaps in care

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The Borders General Hospital at Melrose.

Beast from East blamed for operations cancelled by NHS Borders

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The Borders General Hospital at Melrose.

NHS Borders’ spending on agency staff up almost 400% over five years

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Councillor Davie Paterson outside the old Peter Scott knitwear factory in Hawick.

New lease of life looms for old Hawick knitwear factory

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